Vampire Boys (2011)

Jasin (Jason Lockhart) and his vampire clan will die out unless he finds a mortal to bring to the other side.

The Initiation (1984)

The Initiation is a 1984 American slasher film directed by Larry Stewart, and starring Daphne Zuniga, Clu Gulager, Vera Miles, and Hunter Tylo. The plot focuses on a sorority member who, after being plagued by a horrific recurring dream her whole life, is stalked along with a group of pledges during their initiation ritual in a department store after hours. The film has been noted for being star Zuniga's first leading role after her minor part in The Dorm That Dripped Blood (1983), as well as establishing a contemporary cult following as a midnight movie.

Caged Fury (1990)

Caged Fury is a 1989 remake of a 1983 film of the same name. It is a women-in-prison film about a group of prisoners who decide to escape from an all-female prison. The film was directed by Bill Milling, and stars Erik Estrada, Richard Barathy and James Hong.

Click: The Calendar Girl Killer (1990)

A psychotic killer uses the world of big fashion photography for his sadistic playground.

The Lost Moment (1947)

The Lost Moment is a 1947 film noir psychological thriller film with elements of horror directed by Martin Gabel and starring Robert Cummings, Susan Hayward and Agnes Moorehead.

Ultimate Force (2005)

Ultimate Force is a 2005 action film written and directed by Mark Burson, starring kickboxing/MMA superstar Mirko Filipović as a tough war veteran. The film was released theatrically in Croatia and directly to video in the United States and most parts of the world.

Storm Boy (1976)

Storm Boy is a 1976 Australian film based on a children's book, by Colin Thiele, about a boy and his pelican.

Boys of the City (1940)

Boys of the City is a 1940 black-and-white comedy/thriller film directed by Joseph H. Lewis. It is the second East Side Kids film and the first to star Bobby Jordan, Leo Gorcey, and Ernest Morrison. The film was also known as The Ghost Creeps.

The Magic Boy's Easter (1989)

Ten-year-old Josh suffers from a crippling bone disease. Whisked away to Biblical times in a dream, Josh encounters Lazarus and Joanna-- both healed by Jesus. His dream ends as Christ, on His way to the cross, takes the time to heal Josh. Upon awakening from his dream, Josh consents to surgery, knowing Jesus will never leave him! Recommended for ages 5-10.

Fenway Park: The Golden Age (2012)

Honoring the 100th anniversary of Fenway Park, this is a look at America's # 1 baseball shrine

Civil Love (2012)

Widowed during the Civil War, Rachel holds the South responsible for her husband's death. She reluctantly helps a wounded Confederate soldier hide out in her barn to escape the brutal men pursuing him, and in doing so, she discovers a hidden courage.

Love Happy (1950)

The Marx Brothers help young Broadway hopefuls while thwarting diamond thieves.

The Human Trace (2008)

An undercover county cop investigates a trail of murders where the victims died without a cause of death. As he gets deeper into the mystery he realizes something sinister is gripping the town.

College (1927)

College is a 1927 comedy-drama silent film directed by James W. Horne and Buster Keaton, and starring Keaton, Anne Cornwall, and Harold Goodwin.

Saga of Death Valley (1939)

Saga of Death Valley is a 1939 American film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers.

The Grapes of Death (1978)

Les Raisins de La Mort (English title: The Grapes of Death) is a 1978 French horror film directed by Jean Rollin. It centres on a young woman who becomes trapped in a village where a dangerous pesticide has turned the residents into aggressive zombies.

Behind Green Lights (1946)

Behind Green Lights is a 1946 American film noir directed by Otto Brower.

The Better Angels (2014)

The Better Angels is a 2014 American biographical drama-historical film about United States President Abraham Lincoln's formative years. It was written and directed by A. J. Edwards. The film had its premiere at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on January 18, 2014. It was subsequently screened in the Panorama program at the 64th Berlin International Film Festival on February 8, 2014. In March 2014, Amplify acquired distribution rights to the film. It was released on November 7, 2014.

Changing Hearts (2012)

After his father suffers a debilitating stroke, a man (Brad Johnson) returns home to find his relationship with his brother still strained and the family's bed-and-breakfast business in financial trouble.

The Captive Heart (1946)

The Captive Heart is a 1946 British war drama, directed by Basil Dearden and starring Michael Redgrave. It is about a Czechoslovak Army officer who is captured in the Fall of France and spends five years as a prisoner of war, during which time he forms a long-distance relationship with the widow of a British Army officer. The film was entered into the 1946 Cannes Film Festival. The film is partly based on the true story of a Czechoslovak officer in the RAF Volunteer Reserve, Josef Bryks MBE, and his relationship with a British WAAF, Gertrude Dellar, who was the widow of an RAF pilot.

Gaslicht (1960)

A British production taking place in London. An hieress is driven to madness by her husband

Return to Treasure Island (1954)

Return to Treasure Island is a 1954 American film directed by Ewald André Dupont.

Merlin: The Return (2000)

Merlin: The Return is a 2000 British fantasy film written, produced, and directed by Paul Matthews. The film stars Rik Mayall, Patrick Bergin, Craig Sheffer, Adrian Paul, Julie Hartley, and Tia Carrere. The film is about chronicles the story of Merlin and King Arthur. The film was released in the United Kingdom on 22 December 2000.

Outlaw's Son (1957)

Outlaw's Son is a 1957 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander and written by Richard Alan Simmons. The film stars Dane Clark, Ben Cooper, Lori Nelson, Ellen Drew, Charles Watts, Cecile Rogers and Joseph Stafford. The film was released in July 1957, by United Artists.

Sons of the Pioneers (1942)

Sons of the Pioneers is a 1942 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Roy Rogers, George 'Gabby' Hayes and Bob Nolan. The film was part of the long-running series of Roy Rogers films produced by the Hollywood studio Republic Pictures.

The Road to Independence (2007)

Thomas Jefferson, rode on his white horse to Independence Hall on 4 July 1776 - Declaration of Independence in hand, people lined the streets of Philadelphia and cheered. Then, once inside the chamber, Jefferson and the Founders posed for pictures while each stood in line behind John Hancock to sign the Declaration. America was born. It's a nice story but it's not true.

Calling Wild Bill Elliott (1943)

Calling Wild Bill Elliott is a 1943 American Western film directed by Spencer Gordon Bennet and written by Anthony Coldeway. The film stars Wild Bill Elliott, George "Gabby" Hayes, Anne Jeffreys, Herbert Heyes, Robert 'Buzz' Henry, Fred Kohler, Jr. and Roy Barcroft. The film was released on April 30, 1943, by Republic Pictures.

Carnival of Crime (1962)

When a missing woman's corpse is finally discovered, her husband's business partner confesses to the crime.

Die Schulmädchen vom Treffpunkt Zoo (1979)

Story of Petra and her friends during their final year in high school.

The Unspoken Truth (1995)

A barfly (James Marshall) intimidates his abused wife (Lea Thompson) into confessing a murder he committed.

Marvin's Song (2011)

A surreal request pushes a widowed musician (Leon Florentine) to come to terms with his grief and figure out the next stage of his life.

Dark Legacy (2009)

A woman's daughter is kidnapped by a ghost.

Dark Odyssey (1957)

Dark Odyssey is a 1961 American drama film directed by Radley Metzger.

Secret of Deep Harbor (1961)

The Secret of Deep Harbor is a 1961 film directed by Edward L. Cahn and starring Ron Foster and Merry Anders. It was a remake by producer Edward Small of his earlier I Cover the Waterfront (1932).

Alaska Seas (1954)

Alaska Seas is a 1954 American crime drama film directed by Jerry Hopper and starring Robert Ryan and Brian Keith. It is a remake of the 1938 film Spawn of the North.

The Sea Lion (1921)

The Sea Lion is a 1921 American silent adventure film directed by Rowland V. Lee, and starring Hobart Bosworth, Bessie Love, and Emory Johnson. The same staff on this film produced Rowland Lee's previous directed film Blind Hearts, released just before The Sea Lion.

Stream Dream (2015)

A celebration of the world's top gaming streamers.

Audrey Hepburn Remembered (1993)

An interesting documentary about the life and career of Hollywood icon Audrey Hepburn. There are film clips from her most popular movies, interviews with friends and co-workers, as well as with Hepburn herself. Also covered is her work with UNICEF.

Outrage: Born in Terror (2009)

A young woman is forced to re-live a traumatic childhood event, when a vacation in the woods turns into a nightmare with an ex-military sniper hunting them down. She now has to confront her inner demons to come out alive.

Winds of the Wasteland (1936)

Winds of the Wasteland is a 1936 Western film, starring John Wayne and Phyllis Fraser. The film was directed by Mack V. Wright, and was released by Republic Pictures. The rights on this movie haven't been renewed, so this movie is legally free to watch on various internet sites, and sometimes features a colorized version under the title Stagecoach Run.

Arkansas Judge (1941)

Arkansas Judge is a 1941 American film starring Roy Rogers.

Shattered Sky (2012)

Eerily reminiscent of today’s climate-change crisis, Shattered Sky recounts the dramatic story of how America led the world to solve the biggest environmental crisis ever seen—a hole in the ozone layer the size of North America.

Black Legion (1937)

When a hard-working machinist loses a promotion to a Polish-born worker, he is seduced into joining the secretive Black Legion, which intimidates foreigners through violence.

Alien Armageddon (2011)

A woman tries to find her daughter amid the threat of an invading alien army.

Air (2015)

In the near future, breathable air is nonexistent. Virtually all of humanity has disappeared, and those chosen to reestablish society reside in a controlled state of suspended animation. Two engineers tasked with guarding the last hope for mankind struggle to preserve their own sanity and lives while administering to the vital task at hand. Starring Norman Reedus and two-time Oscar® nominee Djimon Hounsou (Best Supporting Actor, Blood Diamond, 2006 and In America, 2003).

Cry Funny Happy (2003)

Unexpected revelations and unraveling friendships mark a 30th birthday celebration.

Clockwise (1986)

An uncompromising British school headmaster finds himself beset by one thing going wrong after another.

Lincoln and Lee at Antietam: The Cost of Freedom (2006)

It's September 17, 1862 and President Abraham Lincoln needs a victory in order to issue the Emancipation Proclamation and end slavery in the South. But Robert E. Lee has other plans - invade the North. When Lee's strategy falls into the hands of the Un

Any Number Can Play (1949)

Any Number Can Play is a 1949 drama film starring Clark Gable and Alexis Smith. It is based on the novel of the same name by Edward Harris Heth.

A Single Shot (2013)

When John Moon (Sam Rockwell) accidentally shoots a young woman and discovers a bag full of cash, the isolated hunter becomes the hunted. His struggle to conceal both the death and the money triggers a cascade of events and encounters that ultimately escalates into a battle for survival.

Let Freedom Sing: How Music Inspired the Civil Rights Movement (2009)

They raised their voices in song against inequality and racism. They gave the civil rights movement its anthems and its soul. They were the singers and songwriters who fought for change and gave us the songs that changed America. This DVD includes dramtic first-person accounts by the Freedom Riders who sang to give themselves courage in the face of grave danger. There are the songs from the 1963 March on Washington when Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his I Have a Dream speech. And there are award-winning artists and musicians whose songs inspired a generation to take up the struggle for civil rights and human rights throughout America and the world. Let Freedom Sing retells one of the greatest stories in American history in a dramatically new way. The performers include Aretha Franklin (Respect), James Brown (Say It Loud - I'm Black and I'm Proud), Pete Seeger (We Shall Overcome), Stevie Wonder (Heaven Help Us All), Marvin Gaye (What's Going On?), Curtis Mayfield (People Get Ready), and the Staple Singers (I'll Take You There). With never-before-seen historic footage and remarkable new interviews with Gladys Knight, Isaac Hayes, Chuck D, Andrew Young, and Mavis Staples, among many others!

Dora's Enchanted Forest Adventures (2011)

Explore the Enchanted Forest with Dora, Boots, and King Unicornio in this trilogy of magical adventures, concluding in an enchanted double-length episode! Unicornio has been chosen King of Enchanted Forest but he needs help from Dora, Boots, and you to see that he is the right person for the job. Then King Unicornio, along with Dora and Boots, must leave the forest to help Diego rise the lost continent of Atlantis by ending an ancient feud. Finally Dora and Boots return to Enchanted Forest to save it from Owl, who has taken over asking and set up new rules! It's up to Dora, Boots and their forest friends to restore King Unicornio as king and make things right again!

Fear Is The Master (1983)

In this hard-hitting cinematic document, ex-followers reveal secrets of life under the domination of India's infamous free sex guru, Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, self-proclaimed God of the Universal. We see how Rajneesh combines an eerie charisma with scientific mind control techniques to make his disciples psychically dependent on him. For the guru, this web of control means a regal lifestyle (he had nearly a hundred Rolls-Royces at his disposal). But for his followers, called sannyasins, living in the shadow of the Master means giving up family ties, working eighteen hours a day, seven days a week, for no pay and always being available to satisfy the sexual whims of the gurus hierarchy. Wielding millions of dollars with an iron fist, Rajneesh and his henchmen built a 100 square-mile separate state in rural Oregon, U.S.A. complete with a highly armed sannyasin security force. Like the tragic residents of Jonestown, the inhabitants of Rancho Rajneesh were taught to fear law enforcement officers and other outsiders. While tension and paranoia simmered, Rajneeshs teachings offered the cynical consolation that, a bullet-ridden death can often accomplish what a life could not. The world has heard the Rajneesh credo at other times, other places, from other tyrants. Might is right, hisses the bearded Master to his half a million fanatical devotees, that rule still remains the rule of the jungle. FEAR IS THE MASTER is a stark and uncompromising warning, a shocking reminder that if we do not learn from history we will be condemned to repeat it.

Give Me One Reason (2015)

The dream of every mother is to have her son follow in his father's footsteps. It would be Theresa's nightmare if this happned to her son as it will lead him straight to the grave. How do you fight against the truth you've denied for so long? Who has the strength to forgive adultery and conquer addiction? This dynamic movie redefines forgivenss and restores your faith in the family.

Nostradamus and the End Times: Prophecies of the Apocalypse (2011)

This hour and 40 minute documentary explores the life of Nostradamus, his quatrains, how he was ostracized by the Church and his solitary life as a foreseerer of the future. From his humble beginnings as a local apothecary to his life in the court of a Royal French family. They were so enamored by his prophesies he became their adviser. In his life Nostradamus had ups and downs, for most of his life he was considered by the Church t be doing black magic, because his predictions w This documentary is in depth into the life and times of Nostradamus.

Tales from the Royal Bedchamber (2013)

Lucy Worsley gets into bed with our past monarchs to uncover the Tales from the Royal Bedchamber. She reveals that our obsession with royal bedrooms, births and succession is nothing new. In fact, the rise and fall of their magnificent beds reflects the changing fortunes of the monarchy itself.

Mango Souffle (2002)

Mango Soufflé is a 2002 Indian film written and directed by Mahesh Dattani. The film stars Atul Kulnani and Rinkie Khanna. It was promoted as "first gay male film from India" and was adapted from Dattani's own successful English play On a Muggy Night in Mumbai.

Vampire Journals (1997)

A vampire (David Gunn) seeking revenge on his creator confronts the master (Jonathon Morris) of the undead, a rival for the same woman (Kirsten Cerre).

Complete Workout (1988)

A great video for everyday, the COMPLETE WORKOUT includes Upper & Lower Body toning as well as an Aerobic program. This workout is fun while providing a workout challenge, that instructs you on how you can modify the movements to increase or decrease difficulty. A perfect workout for those who are Beginners or more advanced to do together.

Rudolph's Shiny New Year (1976)

Rudolph's Shiny New Year is a 1976 Christmas/New Year's stop motion animated television special and a sequel to the 1964 special Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer produced by Rankin/Bass Productions. The special premiered on ABC on December 10, 1976. Three years later, it was also aired on TV Asahi in Japan on December 24, 1979 under the Japanese dub title 赤鼻のトナカイ ルドルフ物語.

Clerks II (2006)

Clerks II is a 2006 American comedy film written and directed by Kevin Smith, the sequel to his 1994 film Clerks, and his sixth feature film to be set in the View Askewniverse. The film stars Brian O'Halloran, Jeff Anderson, Rosario Dawson, Trevor Fehrman, Jennifer Schwalbach Smith, Jason Mewes, and Smith, and picks up with the original characters from Clerks: Dante Hicks, Randal Graves and Jay and Silent Bob ten years after the events of the first film. Unlike the first film, which was shot in black-and-white, this film was shot in color. The film screened out of competition at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival and won the Audience Award at the 2006 Edinburgh International Film Festival before receiving a theatrical release on July 21, 2006 to critical and commercial success, grossing $27 million worldwide from a $5 million budget.

Bulldog Drummond's Bride (1939)

Bulldog Drummond's Bride is an American crime comedy thriller film produced in 1939. It was the last film of Paramount Pictures' Bulldog Drummond film series.

Shadowheart (2009)

James Connor (Justin Ament) returns home in 1865 to kill Will Tunney (Angus Macfadyen), a ruthless killer who murdered his father.

Day & Night (2010)

Day & Night is a 2010 Pixar animated short film, directed by Teddy Newton and produced by Kevin Reher. It was packaged to be shown in theaters before Toy Story 3, and has been released to purchase on iTunes in the United States. Unlike most other Pixar shorts, the animation style combines 2D and 3D elements, and Up production designer Don Shank says it is "unlike anything Pixar has produced before".

Beyond Our Differences (2008)

Beyond Our Differences is a documentary film aired December 26, 2008 on the Bill Moyers Journal on PBS. A production of New York documentary film company Entropy Films, Beyond Our Differences has been featured at film festivals including the Non-Violence International Film Festival, Global Peace Film Festival, West Hollywood International Film Festival, and many others. Entropy Films sold the 74 minute film to PBS and PBS International in late 2008 for worldwide distribution. The film features interviews with His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Professor Robert Thurman, Congressman Brian Baird, Former President of Iran Mohammad Khatami, Peter Gabriel, Paulo Coelho, Karen Armstrong, Ela Gandhi, Klaus Schwab, Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev, Ambassador Andrew Young, Marianne Williamson, and many other politicians, kings, queens, heads of state, and social activists. Beyond Our Differences was produced by Peter Bisanz, Tonko Soljan, Vladimir Trushchenkov and Catherine Tatge.

Monsters Wanted (2013)

Monsters Wanted is a 2013 documentary film that was directed by Brian Cunningham and Joe Laughrey. The film marks the directorial debut of Laughrey and is the first feature-length documentary by Cunningham. Monsters Wanted had its world premiere on July 27, 2013, at FandomFest in Louisville, Kentucky, and explores the haunted house industry in Louisville, Kentucky. The film was also released on DVD and VOD August 27, 2013.

The Feast of Satan (1971)

(1971) Krista Nell, Espartaco Santoni, Teresa Gimpera, Julio Pena. A lady arrives at a coastal village where her sister--now missing--has last been seen. The police investigate but she decides to snoop around a little herself. Unknown to her, she has come under the scrutiny of a mad scientist who has sinister plans for her. A series of horrifying events follow in this grandly made Euro-horror film. Color, scope, 16mm.

Blood + Roses (2010)

Martin (Kane John Scott) and his wife Jane (Marysia Kay) are taking some time off, trying to put the past behind them, trying to appreciate each other again. But when they get to their holiday cottage, they find that they've got little love left for each other. Jane attracts the attention of another man, Seth (Benjamin Green), a vampire who sees something that he wants in Jane. Jane wants it too, but be careful what you wish for... After one night with Seth Jane undergoes a painful transformation. A change that gives her more than she ever thought possible. A change that opens her eyes to a conspiracy that has been kept secret from her. But to finalise this transformation Jane must feed. Can she take a life to secure her own? And how about that delightful husband of hers?

Too Many Girls (1940)

Too Many Girls is a 1940 American musical comedy film directed by George Abbott and written by John Twist. The film stars Lucille Ball, Richard Carlson, Ann Miller, Eddie Bracken, Frances Langford, Desi Arnaz and Hal Le Roy. The film was released on October 8, 1940, by RKO Pictures. Both Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball credited the production for bringing them together. They married on November 30, 1940, less than two months after the film's release.

The Song (2014)

The Song is a 2014 romantic drama about a singer-songwriter, whose marriage suffers when the song he wrote for his wife propels him to stardom. The film was inspired by the Song of Songs and the life of Solomon. Jed King is the son of a successful country music legend, David King. Jed meets Rose, the daughter of a vineyard owner, and marries her. He writes a song about her that propels him to stardom. Conflict arises when King becomes involved with Shelby Bale, a free-spirited young musician who is on tour with him. King’s career and marriage begin a downward spiral as a result of his choices and the film chronicles his struggles.

Death 2 Hipsters (2014)

The creators of "Dark Fall” bring you “Death 2 Hipsters", the outrageous surf comedy without a synopsis, because synopsis’s are too mainstream, and that’s just NOT KEWL.

Jig (2011)

Jig is a 2011 documentary produced and directed by Sue Bourne about the world of Irish dance and the fortieth Irish Dancing World Championships, held in March 2010 in Glasgow.

The Mating of Millie (1948)

The Mating of Millie is a 1948 romantic comedy film starring Glenn Ford and Evelyn Keyes. The screenplay concerns a single woman who goes to great lengths to adopt an orphan boy.

Dear Mr. Watterson (2013)

Dear Mr. Watterson is a 2013 American documentary film directed by Joel Allen Schroeder, produced by Christopher Browne and Matt McUsic, with Andrew P. Waruszewski as the cinematographer. The film follows the career of Bill Watterson, the author of the comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, and the influence of both the author and the comic strip on the world. Watterson ended the strip on December 31, 1995, and since then remained away from the public scene.

The Hucksters (1947)

The Hucksters is a 1947 MGM film directed by Jack Conway and starring Clark Gable that marked the debut of Deborah Kerr in an American film. The supporting cast includes Sydney Greenstreet, Adolphe Menjou, Keenan Wynn, Edward Arnold and Ava Gardner. The movie is based on the novel The Hucksters by Frederic Wakeman, Sr., a skewering of the post-World War II radio advertising industry with a racy backdrop for its day involving Gable and his alternating pursuit of Kerr and Gardner.

Bigfoot (2008)

Percy Caldwell is the target of bullies after he professes his love for a popular school cheerleader, leading him into a bicycle accident at the edge of the forest. There he encounters an 8-foot tall creature named Bigfoot escaping from a forest fire. Percy befriends the gentle creature, who is then captured by the bullies to sell as an oddity. Percy must then rally his friends to help rescue Bigfoot and return him to the forest.

Contracted (2013)

Contracted is a 2013 American body horror film directed and written by Eric England. It was first released on November 23, 2013, in the United States and stars Najarra Townsend as a young woman that finds herself suffering from a mysterious sexually transmitted disease after a rape. It has been compared to the 2012 film Thanatomorphose, with which it shares similarities. Twitch Film has criticized the movie for its marketing, in which England describes the character Samantha's rape as a "one night stand".

New York Stories (1989)

New York Stories is a 1989 anthology film; it consists of three shorts with the central theme being New York City. The first is Life Lessons, directed by Martin Scorsese, written by Richard Price and starring Nick Nolte. The second is Life Without Zoë, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and written by Coppola with his daughter, Sofia Coppola. The last is Oedipus Wrecks, directed, written by and starring Woody Allen. The film was screened out of competition at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival. One actor, Paul Herman, has a bit part in each segment. The trailer contains three shots from the "Zoe" segment not in the actual film: (1) Zoe ordering room service, (2) A boy slams a pie in a girl's face at a party, and (3) A different angle of Zoe's parents kissing right before Zoe yells "cut". The trailer can be found on the 2012 Blu-ray edition.

All Hat (2007)

All Hat is a 2007 Canadian western comedy film directed by Leonard Farlinger, written by Brad Smith (who also wrote the novel of the same name), and starring Luke Kirby, Keith Carradine, Noam Jenkins, and Lisa Ray.

Tibet: Beyond Fear (2008)

With an opening by Richard Gere and featuring the Dalai Lama, the award winning Tibet: Beyond Fear, hailed by the New York Times as emotional, riveting and compelling, documents a remarkable story of courage and the power of positive thinking.

Humanity's End (2008)

Humanity's End is a 2009 American fantasy science fiction film directed by Neil Johnson. Based upon a story concept by Johnson, and with a screenplay by Johnson and Michael Jonathan Smith, the film stars Jay Laisne, Rochelle Vallese and Cynthia Ickes.

A Fool There Was (1915)

The original "Vamp," Theda Bara stars as an exotic temptress who lures a once faithful man away from his wife. Only a handful of Bara's films survive today, but this is the drama for which she is best remembered. The film shocked audiences and brought something unexpected to the silent screen: an unrepentant woman with a voracious sexual appetite.

VeggieTales: MacLarry & the Stinky Cheese Battle (2013)

Larry the Cucumber stars as MacLarry- a misfit inventor who is stuck in the middle of the silliest battle every between two tribes of perpetual pranksters!

The Greatest Movie Ever Rolled (2013)

Comedian Doug Benson goes on tour telling jokes and smoking marijuana from a variety of objects.

Stage Fright (2014)

Stage Fright is a 2014 Canadian musical horror slasher film directed by Jerome Sable and is his feature-film directorial debut. The film had its world release on March 10, 2014 at South by Southwest, a VOD release on April 3, 2014, and a theatrical release on May 9. It stars Allie MacDonald as a hopeful young singer terrorized by a killer at a musical theater camp.

7 Years (2006)

7 Years (French: 7 ans) is a 2006 French drama film starring Bruno Todeschini, Valerie Donzelli and Cyril Troley. It is written and directed by Jean-Pascal Hattu. The film explores the sexual tension between a wife and a husband serving a long jail sentence. Valerie Donzelli's performance in the film won her awards at the Seattle International Film Festival and at the Valencia Festival of Mediterranean Cinema[1](in Spanish).

Jerseyboy Hero (2011)

Struggling Musicians are a dime-a-dozen down at the famed, Jersey Shore, where all are aspiring to reach for the stars, but in Chris Vaughn's case, he does it literally! Vaughn sets out on his journey to fulfill his life-long dream of getting his original music recorded and heard by the world. Armed with a few faithful believers, one being a blind camera guy, he rallies the Garden State to help him get his music in the hands of one of his two biggest Hometown Heroes, Bruce Springsteen or Jon Bon Jovi. Jerseyboy Hero is an inspiring story of a man with faith in his God-given talents and the passion to pursue the no matter what the outcome.

Direct Action (2004)

Direct Action is a 2004 action film directed by Sidney J. Furie and starring Dolph Lundgren.

Rainbow Over the Range (1940)

Rainbow Over the Range is a 1940 American Western film directed by Albert Herman and written by Robert Emmett Tansey and Roger Merton. The film stars Tex Ritter, Slim Andrews, Dorothy Fay, Gene Alsace, Warner Richmond and James Pierce. The film was released on July 29, 1940, by Monogram Pictures.

Far Too Gone (2004)

Get ready to take a ride on a train-wreck! Enter the world of Josh Lowell -- demented loser, town pillar, self-loathing transvestite in denial.

Dominick Dunne: After the Party (2008)

Hollywood outcast, best-selling author and chronicler of the rich and famous, Dominick Dunne was one of the world's leading journalists and society commentators. This is his story.

The Life After Death Project (2013)

When bizarre incidents follow the passing of science-fiction film scholar Forrest J Ackerman, the director's friend and mentor, there is physical evidence from an apparent "after death communication." A visit to the Chairman of the Chemistry Dept. of In

Adán y Eva (Todavía) (2004)

Having partaken in Eden not only of the tree of knowledge, but of the tree of life eternal as well, Adam and Eve became immortal and now find themselves wandering throughout the world in a journey of extreme sexuality and boredom.

Blood Reunion 3: Hunters (2015)

The third and final installment in Jim DeVault's Blood Reunion Trilogy. The vampire, Morgan Locke, has been tracked down again, and the vampire hunter, Nathaniel Phillips, along with an unlikely ally, must put a final end to the ancient evil.

Inside Iraq: The Untold Stories (2004)

Inside Iraq: The Untold Stories (2004) is an Iraq War documentary film directed and written by Mike Shiley.

Working for the Man: The Building, Burning and Disappearance of Black Rock City 2000 (2001)

Working for the Man tells the story of The Burning Man Project's Department of Public Works as they construct, burn, and clean up the temporary city. Shot over the period of one year, the doc follows artists, volunteers, employees and the founders of this international phenomenon that celebrates personal creativity and expression, and invites everyone along for the ride.

Madeline: My Fair Madeline (2002)

When Madeline tries to stop thieves in The Louvre, she is accused of misbehavior and sent off to a London finishing school to improve her manners.

Teenage Millionaire (1961)

Teenage Millionaire is a 1961 American comedy film directed by Lawrence Doheny and written by Lawrence Doheny and Harry Spalding. The film stars Jimmy Clanton, Rocky Graziano, ZaSu Pitts, Diane Jergens, Valerie Ziegler, Cheyenne Boyer, Gabriella Taliani, Maurice Gosfield and Eileen O'Neill. The film was released on August 17, 1961, by United Artists.

Chinatown After Dark (1931)

Chinatown After Dark is a 1931 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Stuart Paton. The film costars several favorites from the silent film era.

Heroes (1977)

Two unlikely companions find themselves when they find each other in this heart-warming drama starring Henry Winkler and Sally Field. Years after his return from the Vietnam War, traumatized former soldier Jack Dunne (Winkler) still has nightmares about his experience. During a cross-country bus ride to California, he meets Carol (Field) and tells her of his plans to open a worm farm with some of his fellow comrades. But as his buddies drop out of the project one by one, it’s soon clear that only Carol can give the shattered man hope for a brighter future. Co-starring Harrison Ford, it’s a deeply moving and thoughtful story you won’t soon forget.